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Filbert orchard nut, ripening in late September. There are many brands of nuts available in the supermarket, and the Filbert is very expensive at the grocery store, but can be grown inexpensively with very little maintenance in your garden. The Filbert (Hazelnut) Tree is also called hazelnut in European communities and are one of the popular nuts found under the Christmas tree. The leaves of the Filbert Tree are medium green in color and very vigorous, sometimes growing 5-6 feet per year.



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filbert tree March 28, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from east brunswick, NJ United States  
Look good .Waiting for the weather to warm up

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Self pollinating March 25, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Alexandria , VA United States  
Is this variety self pollinating?

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On the small side February 17, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from North Augusta, SC United States  
The trees look good, but were a little under the 2-3' range that I ordered. They're more about 1.5' so I was a little disaapointed.

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Split trees January 16, 2015
Reviewer: Billy Moon from Apex, NC United States  
Each tree was a collection of 3 or so branches from the base.  I've never grown Hazel Nuts before, so that might be normal.  Can't wait till they bloom this spring.

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look health December 22, 2014
Reviewer: Micheal Samples from Whitmore Lake , MI United States  
Product was what I expected

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